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Mark our words: Art deco is back in a big way. The perennially chic decor style never truly left favor for the ultra-chic, but lately we're finding more and more ways to mix it with the other buzzy looks — hello, midcentury — of the moment. If you've got a flair for the dramatic (guilty as charged), now's the time to incorporate this decadent decor style into your own home. With an ever-increasing number of reproductions on the market, as well as modern online marketplaces to find original pieces at far-from-prohibitive prices, there's never been a better moment to bring some deco style home.
Here's how to get the look: Opt for plush textures (read: velvet) in rich jewel tones and rounded or scalloped silhouettes mixed with crisp repeating geometric patterns, preferably in brass. Pepper in some marble accents and your place will be ready for its close-up, in full 1930s (or 1980s, depending on your inspiration) glamour.
While fashion-set darling The Inside is most known for its extensive collection of fabric options, it also offers a few furniture silhouettes that wouldn't be out of place in a glamorous 1920s deco apartment. Whether you opt for a more modern geometric print for your upholstery or choose classic velvet in a jewel-toned hue, these ornate styles are sure to fit the bill.
It's no surprise that Jonathan Adler, the king of all things elegant and dramatic, has a few standout art deco styles up his sleeve. His acrylic-and-brass Jacques collection lends a luxe element to any space, and plays surprisingly well with a mix of more modern or midcentury pieces.
Everyone's favorite handmade marketplace has also become a not-so-secret source for all things vintage, and the finds are nothing short of jaw-dropping. For authentic art deco discoveries from the 1920s and '30s, give it a gander — you never know what you might uncover.
New Yorkers in the know flock to ABC Carpet & Home, but its online presence is no less impressive than its brick-and-mortar. For velvet-clad slipper chairs, chaises and ottomans, a luxe selection awaits at this storied home decor source.
Channel quilting and metal geometric shapes are some of the hallmarks of art deco design, and CB2 doesn't disappoint when it comes to these telltale attributes. The little sister brand to Crate & Barrel has made its name through a chic and accessible blend of masculine and feminine styling, and nowhere is this balance more successful than with its art deco-inspired furniture offerings.
It may surprise you to know that good ol' Anthro, known more for ultra-femme and boho-inspired furniture, has more than its fair share of art deco-inspired objects to lust after, from geometric bed frames to glam faceted mirrors befitting your most indulgent Old Hollywood fantasies.
Sure, West Elm is pretty much synonymous with midcentury modern style at this point, but fastidious decor shoppers can find a few deco-inspired pieces hidden among the ranks, too — look for geometric details, rounded corners and rich brass tones.
Perigold's glamorous stock of everything from sideboards to bar carts to art prints checks all the boxes when it comes to the art deco accents you'd need to elevated your space.
For one-of-a-kind and limited-edition finds that lend an air of authenticity to your home, look no further than 1stdibs. Whether you uncover a true-vintage piece from the art deco heyday of the 20s or from its revival period in the 80s and 90s, or even find a modern reproduction (like this dreamy chaise), you can be sure you won't have the same furnishings as everyone else on your block.
Next time you need a foreign candy and wine fix, take a quick look at World Market's shockingly affordable selection of art deco accents. The retailer's channel-quilted headboards are just the thing to luxe up a guest room, while rolling bar and tea carts will provide the perfect backdrop for that vintage stemware collection.
Another iconic element of the art deco age, sunburst and starburst motifs in gold and brass tones pop up a fair amount in Urban Outfitters' catalogue, so you can achieve a Golden Age effect on a dorm-room budget.
Contrary to what the name may have you believe, it's not all modern. Velvet-clad furniture pieces with architectural lines are in high supply at this mail-order marketplace.
If you've been seeing Pamono pop up in the Instagram feeds of all your favorite influencers lately, you're not alone. The vintage hub is a favorite among the most stylish set for its unique, one-of-a-kind finds from around the globe — like this ultra-distinctive Czech daybed, which pairs a sleek, rounded steel silhouette with playful geometric throw pillows.
If you've spent any time at Soho House, you know its cut-crystal Gatsby-stye glassware isn't the only thing with art deco flair. Its collection of sofas masters all the elements of the period, with scalloped silhouettes, curved backs, and of course, plenty of plush velvet.